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Another round of pond fly fishing with the OPST Commando Head and 4wt Fly Rod!

 

 

 

 

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YouTube Shorts video taking us back to 2020 Trout Stocking Season on Oklahoma's Blue River... catch and release section for some nice trout! Will be back in 2021!


 

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Live stream update from the Team! No fishing today; had issues with the gear shift on the old Toyota Tacoma. Luckily local auto part store had the part in stock; fixed the issue... not bad for a less than 20 dollar fix!

Issue: Hard to shift into second gear, later on fourth gear.
Fix: Replace Manual Gear Shift Bushing

 

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Follow up video to our kayak fishing video of Saturday's outing to Lake Lavon.

Bottom bouncing slab and jig rigs set up Sabiki style, managed four fish - a Shad, a Crappie, a Channel Catfish, and a Yellow Bass.

Kept the Crappie and Catfish and prepared them for the Catch and Cook by filleting them, seasoning with Garlic Salt, Season Salt, and Black Pepper.

After marinating for a couple hours, added a sprinkling of Seasoned Pepper, and then melted butter in oil.

Cooked the fillets for 5 to 10 minutes each side, and then served them with Fried Rice and Squash.

Tasty!

 


 

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Live stream update from the Team! Answering the mail about the two-piece micro fly rod. Specifically, how much line does the reel hold. Never measured it; decided to do so live to answer the mail! Do check out the video, and do check back... heading back to the local lake for more kayak fishing!

 

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YouTube Shorts video of one fish we did not need to measure from today's kayak fishing at Lake Lavon's Clear Lake Park! Slab and Jig Rigs and bouncing bottom keeps working!

 

 

 


 

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Put in at Lake Lavon's Lavonia South Ramp for some kayak fishing. Plan was to catch a few fish for a soup recipe - specifically, yellow bass as well as anything else that was legal size! Went with Nightcrawlers and caught a few, then caught a few more bottom bouncing slab and jig rigs! Do check back for the soup recipe and the next day's trip kayak fishing Clear Lake Park on Lavon!

 

 


 

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Broke out the fly rod we keep in the little pickup for quick trips in local ponds at the end of the workday. Guadalupana worked well on Bluegill today!

 

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Smorgasbord Fish Soup | Tamarind Soup Base Mix | Cook and Catch!

Tasty fish soup recipe that calls for a Filipino soup mix - Tamarind Soup Base Mix, a base ingredient list of garlic, onions, and tomatoes, and then adding hot peppers and greens like Bok Choy, Mustard Greens, or Swiss Chard, and then optional ingredients like Squash or Asian Egg Plant, and then whatever fish you caught.... or can go with meat like Pork instead! Easy, simple, and tasty! Give it a try!


 

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Bass Fishing | GoFish Cam UW Action Video Finally!

After several missed opportunities this past week, finally caught a fish while using the GoFish Cam rig we made. Caught Bluegill using a Guadalupana Fishing Fly on a 4wt Fly Rod, and then used the Bluegill for bait. Caught a nice Bass but did lose a Bass that went for a Bluegill that I was reeling in on the fly rod.  Bass went about 20" in length!  @GoFish Cam  showed there were more than turtles going for my bait, too!

 

 

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Answer the mail on the setup for our GoFish Cam and EmmRod we used to catch the nice bass yesterday!

 

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Kayak Fishing on Windy Day | Liking the Heritage Featherlite Kayak!
Kayak fishing on windy day on Lake Lavon, our local lake. Luckily, the trusty Heritage Featherlite handled the wind and waves well enough that I was able to catch a fish or two! Did make sure to keep my PFD on as things can turn on you without notice. Did get a lot of paddling in going to the Island's leeward side. That said, the little kayak has not let me down over the years!

 

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